Showing posts with label Lenovo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lenovo. Show all posts

Monday, February 24, 2014

Lenovo has officially announced the next replenishment of his family Android tablets Yoga Tablet.

New tablet Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD + , buy which will be available in April, 2014, at a price that starts at $ 349, first of all, boasts a 10-inch Full HD screen, built-in 3G modem and sufficiently capacious battery.

Yoga Tablet 10 HD, unlike last year's model of this family, which includes eight and ten-inch plates, except for the screen with a higher resolution (tablet has a 10-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels), and received a new processor - Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 , replacing chips MediaTek.

In addition, the basic specifications Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD + include 2GB of RAM, 16/32 GB of internal memory that can be expanded with the help of the card slot microSD, WiFi 802.11n adapter, Bluetooth 4.0 module, as well as 8 - and 1.6 megapixel main-megapixel front of the camera.

This tablet runs an operating system Google Android 4.3.

As for the previously mentioned tablet battery, its capacity is 9000 mA / h, then at the request of the manufacturer to ensure that it is enough battery life for 18 hours.

Thanks to the original design of the tablet shell, you can use them not only to hold the device in your hands, but also setting it on a table or other flat surface at an angle that can be adjusted from 30 to 80 degrees.

Housing of the tablet has a thickness varies between 3.0 - 8.1 millimeters and weighs 615 grams novelty.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Was the announcement of ultrabook ThinkPad T431s Lenovo with a clear (for its size) display. This is the thinnest model in the ThinkPad T with strength, complying with the standard Mil-SPEC 8. The device operates on 3G and 4G-network.

Device is based on a chip Intel Core i5-3337U (optional proposed processor Core i7). Resolution 14-inch screen - 1600x900 pixels (matte finish), Brightness - 250 nits. The display tilts 180 degrees. Has 4 GB of RAM and a hard disk with a capacity of at least 320 GB or SSD.

Not without Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and WWAN, and connectors Ethernet, two USB 3.0, 3,5-mm composite input / output, VGA and Card Reader 4-in-1. As an operating system is Windows 7 or Windows 8. Optional features backlit keyboard.

Dimensions of the gadget: 330h226h20 mm and weighs about 1630 ThinkPad T431s Home sales scheduled for April at a price of 949 dollars. The plans includes the release Lenovo 12-inch analog of this device.

Monday, February 25, 2013

Selecting the most anticipated gadgets for the year for an article is largely dependent on what product shows you attend and which blogs you read. Opinions vary, but here are five of the most talked about gadgets at this years Consumers Electronic Show.

The Oculus Riff

Virtual Reality gaming has been a fantasy for decades. We've been teased by the hype of new technologies over the years only to be disappointed. But this year, thanks to startup Oculus, it looks like virtual reality might become... well.. a reality. The Oculus Rift was previewed at CES 2013 to rave reviews. The technology promises 360 degree, full motion, integration with games and virtual entertainment. A lightweight headset and independent optics for each eye gives a full 110 degree peripheral view and tracks your head movements. Developer kits are expected to ship by mid year.


The clever Bluetooth enabled Pebble wrist watch connects to your smartphone to announce calls and interface with your iPhone and Android apps, and yes, it tells time too. A very handy device when your phone is buried in your purse or pocket, it will deliver notifications for your Gmail, Facebook, and Twitter accounts over its e-Paper 144 x 168 display. Created by independent hardware developers through funding on Kickstarter, the Pebble watch is poised to revolutionize how we think of our time pieces.

Lenovo ThinkPad Helix

It looks like Lenovo got it right this time with the ThinkPad Helix unveiled at CES. It's a tablet/laptop hybrid running Windows 8 and sporting a Core i7 processor and a 256Gb SSD. The 11" 1080p tablet display can mount on it's keyboard base as a standard laptop, or run independently as a tablet and touchscreen, or flipped backward on the base and run in a kiosk display mode. Weighing in a just 2 lbs, it's available with a spill resistant keyboard and 3G/4G antenna.

Samsung's UN85S9 4K "Easel" TV

Samsung has debuted it's gigantic 85", ultra pixel density, 'floating' TV with 4K resolution. The display is mounted on an easel which allows it to tilt up and down and leave clearance beneath it for speakers. The S9 is part of Samsung Smart TV line, offering a variety of connectivity options, such as Samsung SmartView technology which can stream content to and from Samsung mobile devices, and is rumored to incorporate Samsung's "smart" appliance technology to monitor and control home appliances via the Internet.

Sony Xperia Z

In an effort to re-establish itself in the smartphone market Sony has introduced the Xperia Z. With a 5-inch 1080p display, Quad Core 1.5Ghz processor, and 13 Megapixel camera, it is poised to be a serious contender. If that's not enough the Xperia Z boasts a fully waterproof shell, indeed at CES it was on display fully submerged. The phone runs the Android Jelly Bean OS and features Sony's One-Touch Connectivity technology for file sharing and easy data backup.

As jaw dropping as some of these new gadgets are, they may all be over shadowed by the expected release of Microsoft's Xbox 720 in mid 2013. Rumored to include Blu-ray support, 3D gaming, live video recording, an improved Kinect device to support augmented reality glasses, and a Quad Core processor, we may witness a whole new level in home entertainment in 2013.

Author Bio:
Victor Daily is a tech blogger with years of experience in sharing useful tips and fresh news with his readers. He currently writes tech news and tips for Ninefold from Australia.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

When the iPad made its debut in 2010, some consumers thought it was a bridge between smartphones and laptops. At the time, tablets were known for their mobility, but also their distinct lack of computing power. In the last few years, the mobile devices have gained functionality, and they now rival many laptops in terms of available features.

With the rise of ultrabooks and other slim computer models, tablets and laptops have found themselves on somewhat equal footing. As manufactures shrunk their computers, they stripped away features like optical drives, and now the only distinguishing feature between the two devices is the built-in keyboard.

That could be changing soon as convertible tablets become more popular. Windows 8 seems to have motivated manufactures to create hybrid gadgets that combine the computing power of laptops and tablets. With fully integrated keyboards, the devices could be the next step in personal computing technology and might replace laptops. Below are some of the best models that could be ushering the next digital age.

Lenovo ThinkPad X230

Lenovo is well-known for its products' excellent performance, and the ThinkPad X230 continues this positive tradition. According to Laptop Magazine, the battery lasts a full day. Additionally, the keyboard is sturdy and responsive and doesn't add too much weight to the device.

The news source points out that one of the few drawbacks is touchscreen's lack of functionality. While the device responds to most commands, it sometimes can be difficult to make selections and navigate between multiple windows without a touchpad or mouse.

HP EliteBook 2760p

Convertible tablets must be durable so users can switch between the laptop and tablet modes without risking damage. The HP EliteBook 2760p is as durable as it is functionable, with a sturdy hinge that can endure regular wear and tear as well as major accidents.

You should note that this model runs on Windows 7. Unlike Windows 8, the older operating system doesn't have an interface that has been optimized for tablets, so it may be difficult to use it as a mobile device.


The VivoTab RT is a tablet that boasts a detachable keyboard as its main feature. With the keyboard, the device only weighs 1.5 pounds, which is less than most ultrabooks and on par with many tablets.

The gadget runs on Windows 8 RT and has two separate menus for tablet and laptop mode. Also, the Gorilla Glass display is scratch-resistant and features wide viewing angles so colors aren't distorted.

These are only three of the convertible tablets that represent the next wave in computing technology. Do you plan on leaving your laptop behind for a hybrid device?

Sunday, December 02, 2012

Chinese company Lenovo , producing tablets, smartphones and laptops, still taking orders for its new and highly original device - the tablet IdeaPad Yoga, running on OS Windows RT. Novelty is equipped with two screens: when closed the gadget can be used as a plate, cover folded it becomes a regular Windows-laptop.

If the buyer decides to make an order for the plate, the presence of coupon code Cybermonday reduce the initial price to $ 679.20. According to the manufacturer, delivery of the tablet can take the whole month, so by ordering now, you can get the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 in time for the New Year (if you're lucky).

The basis of the tablet - a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 (1.4 GHz). The gadget is equipped with two 11.6-inch screen (resolution - 1366 × 768 pixels), RAM - 2GB.

For $ 679 you can buy a tablet with 32 GB of internal memory (about half of which will be occupied by the OS Windows RT and pre-installed applications), 64 GB tablet will cost $ 759.20.

Both devices are equipped with modules Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11n, two cameras and output HDMI (video format can record 720p).

Since Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 runs on Windows RT, then the preinstalled software is present the free version Microsoft Office. Must be borne in mind that the process for other versions of Windows on this device will not work, which limits the range of the user's choice app store Windows (very scarce).

Lenovo has released another tablet with two screens - a 13-inch IdeaPad Yoga 13, which is based on a hardware processor Ivy Bridge. This device works on the "adult" version of Windows 8, the initial price of the device - $ 999.